A new short story written by our pal Doug Klein. A man struggles to deal with reality - he needs to find work and get his shit together. But the Chrysalis Engine is calling…..Read More
What if you had to pretend to be a zombie to survive? Hanson’s been living like a zombie since the apocalypse. Until he learns that his zombie crush is, like him, a human pretending to be a zombie. She introduces him to the Human Underground, shows him how to love and teaches him that living is more than just being alive.
Angie is reviewing Zombie Run - check it out!Read More
Psycho II came out in 1983 and I believe it never got the credit it deserved. An interesting, twisted little sequel that pays respect to the original and allows Anthony Perkins to show off his powerhouse acting skills.Read More
The shadow of the Bellows family has loomed large in the small town of Mill Valley for generations. It's in a mansion that young Sarah Bellows turns her tortured life and horrible secrets into a series of scary stories. These terrifying tales soon have a way of becoming all too real for a group of unsuspecting teens who stumble upon Sarah's spooky home.
Lorenzo is reviewing Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark…come see if it’s worth the watch…Read More
Three friends search for an infamous internet video of an urban legend with devastating consequences; a passionate drummer joins the band of his dreams, or perhaps his nightmares; a man tries to find fame in a world where the mundane call the shots; and a grieving father loses his grip on reality. These ten stories delve into a world of darkness and suffering, where the terrors are more vivid than they may appear. Blood is spilled, minds are destroyed, as madness ultimately reigns victorious.
Joe and Dave are reviewing friend of the site, Morgan K Tanner’s latest; The Mind’s Plague.Read More
Everything gets tied up in a nice little green bow this week as we’ve reached the end of the road, friends. Plus some final comments from the author. Before we drain the swamp and bid adieu to the bayou, let’s unwrap the conclusion of Swamp Thing in episode 10: Loose Ends - DanRead More
This is the seventh in a recurring series Bud will be doing highlighting obscure, unknown, forgotten and underrated horror movies. The goal is to bring to light great horror of yesterday and today that just are not on most people’s radar. Just assume spoilers will be included. This week Bud is tackling…FEAST!Read More
Shudder’s latest exclusive is Incident in a Ghost Land, the much talked about and controversial flick from Pascal Laugier. Check out what Holly-Mae thinks of this crazy flick, complete with spoilers!Read More
Orrin is desperate to escape life’s crushing banalities. Enter Dores, a charismatic Spanish librarian he befriends on Instagram. With a gratuitous job offer on the cards, he travels to León and begins a night shift in a place where the broken and weary congregate in healing silence. The medieval library is painted with images of raw and deformed beauty, rivers of anguish, self-torment, lonely exile, and unexplained sorrows. As Orrin explores blackest shadows of the library, he discovers further paintings of dozen children riding a giant goat glowing with human vitality. He’s about to become Isidora’s pawn. You’ll see what she wants you to see...Read More
The Mandela Effect has gotten all of us at one point in time. Whether it was Mandela’s funeral or those damn bears…we’ve all had that wtf moment. I’ve gathered by favorite Mandela Effects from horror movies. Check it out!Read More
Dr. J Allen Hynek is a college professor who has been recruiter by the U.S. Air Force to spearhead operation Project Blue Book. Along wit his partner, Air Force Captain Michael Quinn, the two investigate UFO sightings around the country. Based on true events and people, Project Blue Book is an amazing TV show. Doug’s here to tell you all about it!Read More
A new short story from our very own writer Tyler Liston - a man will do anything to save his young boy…but at what cost? Prepare yourself for a quick intense read that you can’t look away from. And that ending….damn…Read More
Avery gets revenge, Woodrue gets data, Cassidy gets angry, and Swamp Thing gets a grim realization. So let’s dive in to in the penultimate entry in the Swamp Thing series and unwrap episode 9: The Anatomy Lesson. - DanRead More
Dave’s contribution to shark week is a strange and unnerving tale called Gray Skin, Dark Eyes. A man wakes up in a cage and quickly realizes something is terribly, terribly wrong. Also sharks. Check it out!Read More